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-- got a flat tire what do you do next well first thing you're gonna do you're gonna get to reel off the bike and open up you're -- you're gonna loosened it up pull it off the bike.
And I opened up this -- here that -- it's -- -- was to get any -- -- air out of that tired it's gonna make it a lot easier to get this tire off the wheel.
Then you go to your flat repair kit that you've got you have -- CO2 you're adapter your spirits through and your tireless hours.
Person you're gonna do is gonna take your tire lever.
I go opposite of the -- so I come over here.
I put the tire -- in between the rim and the side of the tire.
Get that off the side of the rim and Edwards gonna go all the way around face of the clock.
As you start to loosen it it's gonna come off much much easier.
So the point -- -- -- even stick my finger in here and roll the rest of the tire all the way off once they get all the way around to face the clock.
I'm gonna come back here.
Grab my valve push it up through the tire.
Grab that valve grab that troop pull it all the way out.
That's my flat I'm gonna set it to the side so I can make -- and in my pocket and not leave it out on the course.
Then pick up my spare.
Minute take this cap off would only that anymore we set that aside.
Open up the valve.
Now it's -- ready for air.
Gonna come back to the valve hole I didn't take the tire all the way off it's gonna make my job a lot easier.
Valve back through the hole.
I like to just set this -- -- read on my lap like that and -- just again we're going all the way around the face of the clock.
Sticking to tube back inside of the tire making sure that it's in as smooth as they can go.
We don't want to have -- pitches in the tie in the tube we don't wanna have a twisted.
So we're gonna do our best to just keep it nice and smooth all the way around the clock face.
Once I haven't set like this then again I'm gonna find -- -- I'm gonna go opposite the valve.
And I'm gonna go.
At 12 o'clock push that hire back inside the rim an -- both hands around the face of the clock.
Making sure that I'm pushing -- -- inside of the tire.
And equipping the tire back in.
-- -- -- -- -- Not -- the tire over.
Now once you get towards the end.
And you've got just a few inches of higher -- for many.
Depending on how tight your tires are how hard your tires are you might not be able to get any more than this with just your hands.
You're gonna go back to your tire lever.
You're gonna take that point and you're -- -- You're gonna stick it in between the tire and the rim and you're just gonna -- that's higher up.
See that -- that's higher up and it just takes a little work with a finger roll that tire right back on.
Lever down now you see that tires nice and smooth I don't see tubes sticking out.
Little trick that I like to -- -- -- like to go to the valve here.
Push up just to make sure that you're not gonna get -- -- flight and I can have the troops stuck between the tire and the rim.
And I just go all the way around -- -- -- make sure there's no bubbles.
It's not sticking out -- where everything looks good we're ready to inflate.
Now -- ready to inflate.
So we grab our CO2 we grab our adapter is security cedars reds around the outside here so we find the reds in our adapter.
And we just grew that adapter all the way -- you have to go all the way on with it.
To make sure that you break the seal of CO2.
Now on most adapters the air won't start coming out until I compress this spring.
You're not gonna get called on the cold compressed air on your hand.
You pick up the tire.
You make sure again that valve is all the way open.
And then all you're gonna do is press.
The CO2 adapter right against the tire -- like to put it down on the ground just get a little bit of leverage.
And I pressed all the -- -- use the entire CEOs there was much as I can get once it's done you just pull the adapter off.
Tighten -- valve back.
You're ready to go.
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